A sampling of media and web projects I have worked on:

Created subscription login process and database driven content for the Simple Living website, converting a print periodical into an online one. You can view the site here

Initiated and coded a web administered webcast conference platform enabling the creation of dynamically created webcast presentations from information entered by producers. This solution also includes dynamically updateable agenda pages. This platform enabled reduced turn around time, greater flexibility to alter presentations and schedules at any point and an overall increase in efficiency of the presentation creation process. You can see an example here. You can view the registration information captured here.

Developed a subscription based payment process for ABC Radio's Money Talk radio show. Besides payment processing with VeriSign, this involved a login process that checked the current status of the customers account. The project also involved a dynamically created page of available webcasts administered by the client via web interface. You can view this here

Created internal knowledge base for Loudeye to capture and make available internal business process and wisdom. You can view on example based on this here.

Created test page to enable end users to check the suitability of their computers set up for receiving streaming webcasts as well as FAQ pages to improve user experience. You can view an example here

Produced the Video Moment feature of msnbc.com, a page which attracted an average of over 20,000 hits a day, finding interesting material and writing captions to attract click-through to video streams. You can view an example here

Edited cinematics for Close Combat 2: A Bridge Too Far. (NOTE: these were created for CD-Rom playback and are not in an optimum streaming format. For smoother playback you may want to right click and download the videos and play them from your computer.) You can view the intro video by clicking here. You can view a victory scenario video by clicking here.